Participation in EuroBlech represents a positive result for Bystronic. Software, automation and the sustainable solutions were the main interests of the professionals. The latter were pleased to see the industry return to the show.
Bystronic, a global leader in the sheet metal processing industry, looks back on a successful participation at the leading European trade fair for the sheet metal processing industry, EuroBlech 2022 in Hanover. There Bystronic presented its new products to the visitors of the trade show.
BySoft Suite: new software solution for the complete digitization of business processes – from quotation to delivery
ByCut Star 4020: new laser flagship with 30 kilowatt laser power
BySmart Fiber: smart access to laser cutting technology – now up to 12 kilowatts laser power
ByTube Star 130: ultimate solution for tube processing – now with 4 kilowatt laser power
ByBend Star 40 and 80: mobile automation for high-speed bending – new with laser angle measurement system (LAMS)
First sustainability report with detailed insights into environmental, social and governance activities according to GRI standards
“Flying Theatre”: Immersive cinema experience as a continuation of Bystronic’s solutions and innovations to experience sheet metal as the material of the future – the journey towards the Smart Factory.
Device Protection: service option developed together with NanoLock Security to protect machines from cyber events and manual errors
Last but not least: Winning the EuroBlech Award in the category “Automation & Handling
Focus on sustainability and personal contact
Feedback from customers showed a strong interest in software and automation solutions as well as in Bystronic’s sustainability efforts. By equipping its systems with features and energy-saving components, Bystronic helps customers to make their production even more efficient and thus more sustainable.
Despite significantly fewer visitors at the trade show in general, interest at Bystronic was very pleasing and stable compared to the last event in 2018. In addition to the main visitor groups from Europe, even customer groups from the USA, Australia/New Zealand, South Africa or South Korea found their way to Hanover.
Behavior positive for investments
“Both visitors and exhibitors were excited to meet face-to-face again and feel the pulse of the world’s leading trade fair for sheet metal working. Despite fewer visitors, the level of leads and orders is only slightly below that of 2018. Despite the difficult and uncertain economic and geopolitical environment, most visitors were positive about new investments,” Johan Elster, Chief Sales Officer of the Bystronic Group, looks back.